Some more beautiuful work. I could become addicted to lamp work if I were to learn. Is the equipment very expensive?
Thanks Jasmine! Initial set up can be expensive, or you can start off with a hot head torch to see if you like it first. Check your local bead stores to see if there is a lampworking studio or lampworker in your area. They often offer beginners classes or demos. I will warn you...once you melt glass, you will be hooked!! Look here for a studio tour:http://glassaddictions.blogspot.com/2009/08/open-studio-friday-lisa-atchison.htmlThanks again Jasmine, I'm happy to answer any questions you might have about the art of lampworking!Lisa
As per your usual Lisa your beads are AMAZING!! I am your biggest FAN!!!
I love that saying "kiln harvest". Your beads are wonderful but I wouldn't think you ever have made a bad bead, have you?Sharon
Thanks Karen and Sharon! Karen, you are so funny, and such a great friend!Sharon, you are too kind! I have made bad beads a-plenty!! (ssshhhh.....I just don't show them :) )Thanks again for your kindness!!
I just found your blog through OWOH, and I just HAD to come by for a taste of eye candy. These are simply stunning!Kate (shibori girl)
Thanks Kate for the nice comment!!
Are they sold? I love the both of them!
Hi Mariealena, it is wonderful to hear from you!! Just let me know the the bead(s) you would like, and I will reserve them for you. Hugs to you my friend, Lisa
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